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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE ALL TRAINS -Hotel Windsor ,01.25 a in ,n -1: Stewart" Ranges are Prime Favorites bake quickly and ,.._ Whenever used'they please The owner in every way. They are economical on fuel, and burn hard or soft coal, or wood. They are constructed on the very latest improved plans, giving a perfect control at all times. The is the Range for you. We sell them throughout this "whole west country in great nuin-, bers, and wherever they are sold, other sales always follow. Let us show them to ft 26.50 to COOKING Ul'EjSfSILS We show an immense variety of high-grade goods, specially made for private use. The lines include complete assortments of Fine Enamel Ware, Tin Ware, Copper Wars, Cast Iron Goods, Steel and Wire Goods of Rinds. TWO CARLOADS OF HEATING STOVES just arrived.- WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel Is the Best -is proving an attraction for the public. The store is thronged from mornins; till evening with people who' arc eager to take advantage reduction. Mr.'Ling bought too hear iiy, but the stock is rap idly "dimimsh- iug. Direct from the vineyards at St. Catherines, carload ol CONCOKD, NIAGARAS AXV BOGEKS GRAPES This is an extra choice car of fruit. The price for Concords or Niagaras, per basket...............'........... gQc Rogers, per basket..............................'..-..........60c See window display. Order now and get the best. THE GOOD CO. PHONE 523 HIGH CLASS GROCERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE PROMPT DELJVEDY NEW- NOEL'S MEATS, FOWL AND PASTE IN GLASS We Have: CHICKEN. TONGUE. H.AM. AND TONGUE. ETC. Also A Pull Line Of LIME JUICE. GRAPE FRUIT, ROOT BEER, ETC. Craddoek Virier t- AMILY GROCERS PHONE 515 A GOOD DEAL EST LUMBER the opportunity to offer a large and fine stock to builders and contractors at a bio- reduction. WELL .SEASONED TIMBER is. represented in this consignment, includes hard and soft woods for all building purposes. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. A LARGE HEAVY 5IOVE No. 2O 4.5O No. 3O 6.SO No. 6O 9.OO is a handsome fu 1JL n i ckle Stove with Duplex Grate constructed for soft or hard coal. YOU CAN HEAT YOUR HOME MOST CONVENIENTLY AND ECONOMICALLY WITH THE OAK TREASURE BURNS COAL OR WOOD FOR SALE er Tte Mcleown j Hardware Cfj. Ltd. "We ship out of town dally." THE -WEATHER Edmonton, cloudy Store SERVICE Careful preparation amounts to 'little unless you get what you you want it, tlnnlc that ser- vice is one of the points "worth considering. Have you forgotten something? Are you in a hurry? Did you overlook something? Then' call us on the phone. "We are ready to serve yon in the most prompt manner. Prescription Specialists i. 5. up. mmim Family and Dispensing Chsmists Night and Day: Telephone No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door i CITY AND DISTRICT The.ten acre tract Of land Lethbridge, which'.was purchased for! a public park is'being "ploughed -hi' preparation for spring seeding- and tree .planting, A. B. Eastbn and C. J." Eckstorm's [grocery and feed, 'business- .on Thir- 30 Cf i Y AND DISTRICT David Wilson, of Spokane, owner of ____ 1 teenth street, North Lethbridge, will i and on Friday with a iittle high-! be known as the E. _E. Trading er temperature; The Choicest Everything in season is always to be had at the Co. 'They will deal in high'class gro- ceries and all kinds Of grain and feed. David Clemis, 'of the-Ellison Mill- ing Co., has just 'returned from a JST. R. Cunningham, of Calgarv. j Supt. C.P.R: dining, car in i the city on .business today. j H. Grant Rannan, proprietor .of j the Kipp .townsite, is in the city to- i day on business. The cast-bound Soo-Portland Fiver was this morning five hours and twenty minutes late, and only arrived i here at 11-30 o'clock. j R. W. Long, C.P.R. cashier here, left yesterday-afternoon on a three- weeks' vacation trip. He will visit Toronto and other eastern places. Hannaa has been" notified I thai his townsite known as Kipp i has been registered at the .Southern Alberta Land Registrar's J office in Calgary. It is'No. 605 A.E. ji! The Imperial Oil Co. are construct- Sing two tanks on their property east 'of .Thirteenth street south.: Each tank will .have a capac-: tiTy of thirty- thoosanri gallons. j JK. H.. Dunwoody, law firm! I of Poapst- and Dunwoody, has given j up tho law here a-vi left' this afternoon for'his old home in tt ranipes, where he has another open- i ing. His partner, W. V. Poapst, will continue the practice here. up there for the the south. j The opinion set-ms to be that business s is-absolutely dead-down here and that the farmers "arc nearly destitute. I An immense quantity of prairie hay is being- cut with .the intention of down here and selling it- a.t an enormous .profn. The C.P.R. brakeman, Matteson, who was killed last we.ek west of Wc-yburn, Sask.r on the Weyburn-Leih bririge branch, was a "brother of Con- stable Hector Matheson, of K Divi sion, R.X.W.M.P., .and .stationed at Magrath. Const. Matheson left on' Saturday for Moose Jaw as soon as he received word of his brother .being injured, but arrived too late to see i him alive. 62 i Ui ui 1! 5 Broiling interest in the Alberta -n Coal Mine, Taber at S7 provinces has been fair and quite interests in' Alberta and B G cool, with .frosts during the night: J in the citv vesterdav He lef- fnr Temperatures have risen somewhat iu home this Vorhine: Alberta: ft" West-Fine to-1 of Lett ana .uoor tactory assem-, company's offices" last ev-Li enmg and presented Accountant Geo i CITY AND DISTRICT' f-' and wi i i u i i w i i QlSfl on p'Vpnf' "U" i- The Sergeants' I married today. The presentation was gave a bridge whist drive on Tuesday; made by. Foreman ..Baer, assisted by i niaiht at the barracks. Aboot seven Mr. Powell. -Both made short ad guests were Sergt. Sexton dresses, wishing Mr Stuart all "-cod vron first prize and T. A. Underwood wishes. Mr. Stuart replied, thankinc second- their kindness and express- j A sheriff's sale of the contents hls appreciation of the presents Chef Cafe arid Dooming house R. A. Wright has sold out the second avenue, west, of No. 1 Fire, wholesale and manufacturing jewelry Hall, is advertised to take place on business known as. the i Monday, Oct. The sale is under Jewellery Co., situated in Slier i a mortgage given, to John B. Piche lock Building, Seventh street "to c; 1 and H. Miron, by Virgil Rodg-rs. iH. Roseborough. The latter will Mrs. John Geoghegan and her lam-! Jotc his attention almost entirely to ily has corne from Macleod' to join manufacturing end of the business tnd has two experienced manufactur- the east to assist Prices to Suit All N.'H; MURRAY, Prop. her husband, Const. Geoghegan, of the city police force. They 'have mov cd into the residence recently pur- chased by Mr. Geoghegan on Coutts i iJUtit R. M. Maclean has been appointed has become too heavy to allow general agent for Southern Alberta of to give the time required su- the British Empire Insurance Co.. penntcnd the manufacturing business Ltd., of Vancouver, successors to the as British America Live Stock'Associa- him. Mr. "Wright's reasons for sell- ing out are that since moving into his new store on Fifth street his throughout Ltd., well Alberta. At the meeting of Pride of Al- berta Lodge, Son's of England, last night -seven candidates were initiated, i The lodge is now one of, if not the ON SATURDAY ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE FOE FLCTD will cure inflammation of the tendons, wind -71 IK capped hocks, enlarge glands, bog spavin, hard weUings. We have uny local testi- monials ior this veil tried remedr so can recommend it. For sale only at Are you going Prai- rie CMckea sliooting? If so you wiil neecl shells and perhaps a gun. We can give you the leading sliells loaded with the pop- ular powders, ami bave-a splendid stock ol" guns to choose from. Prices of shells s to Guns The Bjpneer blacksmith shop Nanton street, North LethbrhJge, been purchased by John Horn" fronrj Robert .Gamin. Mr. Horn will con tinue- the business as before. u Prescription Draggists Sherlock'Block Phone 1232 fro Everything for jrunner. the1 fcs- j MONTREAL MAY HAVE LONG NAMED EXHIBITION Montreal, Oct. the plans of j_ prominent Montreal business strongest organization of its kind in i men discussed at a meeting this morn the city, tne membership being con-i ing, materialize, Montreal will have a srderabiy over the two hundred mark, j uanaaian-FTanco-British-" Over seventy were in their places (last nirfit. The session test night next Jwas termed i idea -being that so many mounted jlicemen an-d members o'f the artillery battery belong to the order that ev- ery officer's chair could be occupied by a man in uniform. Albert Thomas, the three months' old baby oi Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Tho- j mas. died last night at the residence, j 241 Torrance avenue. Mrs. Thomas (only arrived in the city on Tuesday I from Kent, with her two childrra to join'hbr husband, who has. 'been here five months. The infant (was taken sick at but was i apparently improving until a relapse! j occurred last evening. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at S j p.m. from the residence to St. Aug- UisUn's cemetery. Rev. Mr. Popham, j of St. church, will conduct I the service, and; the arrangements will be in charge of R. G. Addison. J. D. McGregor, managing director of the Alberta Land Co., Ltd., arrived in the city yesterday with a i party of six English capitalists. In jlhe parly were: A. M." Grcnfell, i London banker, and his brother, also j Major Guy St. Anbyn, Capt. New- j ton, Mr. Johnston, English -manager the Canada Mortgage Corporation, i i and a Mr. Evans. A. M. Grace, chief engineer of the company, is also with the party. They arrived on the i private coach "Oceanic" attached to the .westbound flyer and left almost in automobiles to look the company's works between here and Glcichen, at -which place they will rejoin their car and return east. EAT terloas loot It. Some people have wonder- ed why it is that we do the bulk of the" lumber business, not oaly bere in town, but for miles around. Surely tbere is nothing mysterious about it; nothing to wonder at. The quality and assort- ment of our stock is'reason enough for that, even were our prices not as low. or low- er, than can be obtained else- where hereabouts. If you are not a customer of ours, just give us a trial next time you want anything in -lumber or building mater- ial. No matter what, nor hew much of it, see our stock and get our prices. Eogers-CoRfiingliein Inter Company, MM ACADJA BLOCK North Yard, Phono iZJ Yard, 421 Ybu Wai Find It a Treat Pnone 1027 or ask your Grocer G Eussell Street. 1 i ri-il A Household Linens-Attractive es Emroiderv lowelt for Fall, variety of patterns; Table Linens 5 Napkins in. Ivy leaf j pat., yd. 'Beautiful floral 72 in. Lily pat. j designs, hem- "yd Si oc s TA -o" i med and by <0 in. Rose pat i J yd. .....85c I lhe piece' at Hemmed cov- t from per- doz- ers 90c to J en 75c to Emb. Linens Pure Irish Lin- en in all sizes 75c SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES Drawn Wk. Runners and fray covers table centres: .60 .85 Battenberg doi- lies .35 .75 "Laurentian" a special brand which we haVe always in stock and has proved satisfactory 84 plain sheets, hemmed S1 ea. 8-4 plain sheets, hemmed 31 so ea 7n twju sheets, hemmed ea. j OUR SPCIAL SHEET 7- 40 and 42 in. Pillow Cases .....7oc .............................20c and 25c entley Go., Ltd. ;